Dallas Stars Player Power Rankings For Month of March

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MONTREAL, QC – MARCH 13: Dallas Stars center Tyler Seguin (91) looks at Dallas Stars fans during the warmup of the NHL game between the Dallas Stars and the Montreal Canadiens on March 13, 2018, at the Bell Centre in Montreal, QC(Photo by Vincent Ethier/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

This is maybe the worst time ever to be a Dallas Stars fan. Nevertheless, we can appreciate the contributions and skill level of our individual superstars.

I wanted to write something a little more uplifting, but such has become an impossible feat.

The Dallas Stars are wrapping up one of the worst stretches in franchise history over the span of the next week or so, as the team once destined to challenge for the Stanley Cup has lost nine out of their last 10 games and fallen from Wild Card lock to NHL Draft lottery team.

The only consolation prize to a month from hell are the superstars on our club. Even when things look as bleak as they’ve ever been (quite literally; the eight-game losing streak is their longest since the 1993 move to Dallas), we have guys like Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin to gush over nightly.

It’s the worst kind of participation trophy, but it’s a start. We could be like Buffalo or Arizona: fanbases waiting for some seismic change to spark playoff pushes. Unlike them, we have what it takes to return to dominance, and the Benn and Seguin types are that.

They’re two of the best players in the National Hockey League, and alongside Alexander Radulov and John Klingberg, the foundation for a Cup run is still there.

The team has fallen apart in the 2017-18 season, but the players themselves are still kicking it.

Here are, without further ado, the player power rankings for the month of March in Dallas Stars land. Keep in mind that humor and cold-hearted analysis are the themes here and enjoy.

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